Telerehabilitation Benefits Patients With Late Stage Cancer

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Telerehabilitation benefits patients with late-stage cancers New study from the Mayo Clinic toutes the benefits of telerehabilitation for patients with late-stage cancers. Telerehabilitation benefits patients with late-stage cancers  

Telerehabilitation – What It Is And Why It Matters

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Great new article on the benefits of telerehabilitation Telerehabilitation, also known as e-rehabilitation, is a modern form of rehabilitation service that is delivered over the interactive devices. It can address a wide spectrum of health ailments, from minor health issues to emergency medical conditions. It can be especially beneficial to people in rural or remote areas.  https://www.globalmed.com/what-it-is-and-why-it-matters/

What is the Benefit of Telehealth?

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Telehealth or “virtual” visits provided over the internet, typically in a video session, are becoming increasingly more common as more hospital and clinicians adopt them. While 85% of patients want and expect virtual care, they are skeptical of the quality of care they will receive*. However studies prove that the quality and outcome of these visits are equal, if not better than, in-office visits. Sessions are still performed by qualified,…

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Telehealth Helps COPD Patients Recover After Hospitalization

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Researchers report that a pulmonary rehabilitation program delivered via telemedicine has substantially reduced readmission rates among COPD patients recovering after a hospital stay. https://mhealthintelligence.com/…/uab-telehealth-helps-copd… #copd #asthma #relief #qualityoflife #treatment #breath #therapy #happylife#telehealth

How do I keep my Parkinson’s Disease at Bay

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April is Parkinson’s Month, a disease that robs people of movement and thought.  Exercise is not only healthy but critical to maintaining balance, mobility, and performing daily life activities, and controlling symptoms.  So keep moving!!  Even if you’re chair or bed bound, you can exercise. Rotation and extension are two movements often lost as the disease progresses, yet vital for safe mobility and function.  The below simple exercises help control…

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Why do my muscles get sore after exercise?

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Sore muscles a few days after exercise is from microscopic tears, not lactic acid as many believe, that make the muscles stronger. Gentle stretching, ice, and rest will help relieve it, along with mild use of that muscle. If your pain is sudden, extreme, or lasts longer than 72 hours, seek medical advice.

Managing Your Energy With Chronic Pain

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If you are living with chronic pain, you are not alone. Studies report approximately 20 percent of U.S. adults have chronic pain, an “invisible illness” with no outward signs that can reduce your quality of life and significantly impair normal activities of daily living and possibly disabling.  The baseline 5/10 pain score you function with every day would have others grimacing and tense.  Yet without a visual sign you are…

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Things to Do When You are Sad

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Make a list of things that make you happy like my daughter did at 13.  Use these or create your own.  And from the words of Charles Swindoll’s Inspirational Quote, Attitude, “I am convinced that 10% of life is what happens to me and 90% is how I react to it.” For the full quote, click here. THINGS TO DO WHEN YOU ARE SAD  Don’t listen to Bob Dylan Wear a…

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Ease Into Spring Safely With Our 10% discount

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Spring is coming! Time to loosen your joints, stretch your muscles, and increase your endurance safely so you can get out and enjoy the upcoming weather. Let Rehab Smarter help you ease into Spring safely with our 10% off Physical Therapy online, live services for the month of 3-18-19 to 4-18-19.  Use code “Spring1019” in your comments section here.    

How Much Is Your Time Worth?

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What is your time worth? Do you consider your time valuable? Then time is money. Few of us have or want to waste time or money. Yet chances are the time you spend for an office appointment will “cost” you at least twice that amount of time when you factor in (at minimum) travel time, signing in and waiting to be called back. Luckily, online, live Physical, Occupational, and Speech…

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